Posts Tagged ‘ydntuesdays’

Free PHP security talk on 3rd of March in London

Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

Following my talk on web application security at the Web Directions North I had a lot of questions on PHP security and I have to admit I am OK but not an expert on the matter. Luckily enough there are experts I rely on and if you are in London next Tuesday you can go and see them give a talk for free!

In the second in the series of “YDN Tuesday” monthly events, Jose Palazon, Yahoo’s mobile security expert, will be talking about PHP Security.

The venue is Skills Matter Limited at 1 Sekforde Street, EC1R 0BE
London, England.

Jose will be presenting a series of demos on how to exploit and prevent the most popular security flaws in web applications, such as SQL and blind SQL Injections, Cross Site Scripting, file uploads, file handling functions, global variables and, favorite of them all, programmers ingenuity!

YDN Tuesdays are tech talks held on the first Tuesday of every month at Skills Matter’s London offices. The events are FREE, but you need to sign up for them at Skills Matter’s website.

TTMMHTM: API updates, YDN Tuesdays, YUI on GitHub and good vibes

Thursday, January 15th, 2009